Beginning Microsoft 365 collaboration apps : working in the Microsoft Cloud / Ralph Mercurio, Brian Merrill.

Mercurio, Ralph, author.
[Place of publication not identified] : Apress, [2021]
1 online resource (XXII, 380 p. 331 illus.)
Second edition.

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Start making the most of the latest collaboration tools in Office 365—including Teams, SharePoint, Power Apps, Power BI, Power Automate, Microsoft Groups, Office ProPlus, Yammer, Planner, Stream, Forms, and OneDrive. Integrate these collaboration tools into your team’s projects to boost productivity, engagement, innovation, and enjoyment at work. This book walks you through all the latest features, teaching you how to choose the right tools and get the most out of them for your situation. While technologies for collaboration are more advanced than ever before, there also are more of them, making it all the more confusing. Beginning Microsoft Office 365 Collaboration Apps will help you make sense of what is available and provide prescriptive guidance to you and your team on how to be more productive. This fully updated and expanded new edition contains lots of new content, screenshots and samples, and all new chapters on Power BI and Power Apps. What You Will Learn Know the collaboration applications and features available across Office 365, and how to choose the ones that are right for you and your colleagues in any given situation Understand the software-as-a-service (SaaS) model and how it enables users to be more effective and productive in remote situations Discover how multi-device usability and real-time cloud synchronization can help your team collaborate anytime, anywhere, across the apps Find out how Planner can help you manage projects and tasks, even without a project manager Explore Microsoft Power Automate and Power Apps to connect applications and services and create codeless applications and workflows This book is for Office 365 business users with a limited technical background. You should be familiar with the Microsoft Office suite of products such as Word and Outlook, and work in a team environment. An active account within Office 365 would be useful as well. Ralph Mercurio is a Microsoft Certified Professional with 18 years of experience. He works for the City of Durham in North Carolina as a Technical Manager responsible for the Office 365 platform. His focus is on providing collaborative solutions to its many departments. He has a passion for helping users find ways to leverage what they need to know to learn a new technology. With Office 365, he has made it his goal to help users realize the potential of this powerful platform in order to get the most out of its evolving applications. Brian Merrill is a Microsoft Certified Educator (MCE) and is currently the Educational Technology Analyst for one of the largest school districts in Pennsylvania. In that role he serves as the global administrator of the district’s Office 365 environment, managing Microsoft Teams and SharePoint, and training faculty and staff on new technologies and systems. Brian is also adjunct faculty at the University of Harrisburg of Science and Technology, teaching courses on Learning Technologies and Solutions as well as Microsoft tools. Brian is a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and a member of the Minecraft for Education Advisory Board.
Part 1: Getting Started
Chapter 1: Welcome to Microsoft 365
Part 2: The Applications
Chapter 2: SharePoint Online
Chapter 3: OneDrive
Chapter 4: Microsoft 365 Groups
Chapter 5: Teams
Chapter 6: Yammer
Chapter 7: Office
Chapter 8: Planner
Chapter 9: Stream
Chapter 10: Forms
Chapter 11: Power Automate
Chapter 12: Power BI
Chapter 13: PowerApps
Chapter 14: Making Sense of It All.
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Merrill, Brian, author.
Publisher Number:
10.1007/978-1-4842-6936-7 doi